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    $52,500 Matched Dollar for Dollar

    The UNC Gillings Alumni Association Advisory Board will match gifts to endow the Inclusive Excellence Scholarship dollar for dollar up to $52,500. This schoolwide scholarship supports students whose course of study is aimed at addressing health inequities, social justice and diversifying the student body.

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    $100,000 for 50 Faculty and Staff Donors

    Be one of 50 faculty and staff donors to the Gillings School of Global Public Health to unlock a $100,000 challenge gift to the unrestricted Michael D. Aitken Endowment for Environmental Sciences and Engineering Fund.

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    $50,000 for 50 Gifts

    Be one of the first 50 gifts for the day and help us unlock a $50,000 match gift from Jo Anne Earp, ScD, professor emeritus of health behavior, and her husband, Distinguished Professor Shelley Earp, MD ‘70, MS ‘72, director of UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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    $100,000 for 100 Gifts

    Raymond Greenberg, MD, PhD, ’83, has committed to donating $100,000 to a school of public health endowment fund when we reach 100 gifts.

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    Chairs’ Challenge from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

    Our department chairs and program director will give an additional $2,400 to the Gillings School of Global Public Health department or program that has the most donors between 8 a.m. – noon.

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    $25,940 for 60 Alumni Donors

    The UNC Gillings Alumni Association Advisory Board members will give $25,940 once 60 alumni make a gift to the Gillings School of Global Public Health.

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    $5,000 for 40 Student Donors

    Be one of 40 student donors to the Gillings School to unlock a $5,000 challenge gift to support the Minority Student Caucus and Minority Health Conference from alumna Che Smith, PhD, ‘15. Gifts of any size to any area of the School count.

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    About Us

    The Gillings School of Global Public Health is the top public school of public health and number two overall, according to the U.S. News & World Report 2022 ranking. Our mission is to improve public health, promote individual well-being and eliminate health inequities across North Carolina and around the world.

    As the world continues to confront the coronavirus and its new variants, researchers and practitioners from every discipline at the Gillings School are contributing to pandemic response, informing everything from vaccine development to thought leadership on ethical issues related to pandemics. As we train the next generation of public health professionals, we’re working to bring diverse perspectives to our School and the public health workforce, and 957 of our students received scholarships last year. This support can have a huge impact on the lives of those who receive them and helps make sure top students have a home in North Carolina.

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